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“I’ve obviously been limited throughout the week,” said Williams. “I come in for treatment in the morning, stay for treatment after practice and stuff like that. … During the game, I just make sure I tape it up, take some Tylenol, stuff like that, just trying to fight through it....
“During the game, I have so much adrenaline, especially in the first half. Especially if I say I’m gonna go and I’m gonna be out there, I’m gonna be out there 100 percent. I’ve been trained to fight through pain and adversity. I want to be out there with my guys.”
After issuing a sour and exasperated “next question” when first asked about Wilson Thursday, Sale was pressed on his impressions of the 22-year-old who had been out of football for about a year before the Giants signed him.
“Be dependable,” Sale said through gritted teeth. “Everybody likes somebody you can count on to be dependable . . . We have to get better [at that].”
The Giants could finish this season without a single player with 50 or more catches. With a 17-game schedule and in this era of football! "That is strange," Kenny Golladay said. Evan Engram currently leads the team with 44 catches. Golladay btw has 34.— Tom Rock (@TomRock_Newsday) December 30, 2021
Hasn’t happened for the Giants since 1992.
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